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Published on April 30, 2019
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Couldn't catch the latest high school baseball clashes in and around Indianapolis?

Read on for local boys varsity baseball outcomes from the past week, powered by data from high school sports leader MaxPreps.

(Hoodline offers data-driven analysis of local happenings and trends across cities. Details like game dates, times, scores and team records are based on data provided by MaxPreps and may be subject to change; the latest up-to-date information is available at the links below.)

Eminence scores 16 runs, tramples Indianapolis Emmerich Manual

The Indianapolis Emmerich Manual team traveled to Eminence this week to face off against the Eminence Eels on Monday. The Eels blew the Redskins out of the park in an impressive 16-2 victory. The Eminence Eels recorded 14 hits, while the Indianapolis Emmerich Manual Redskins recorded six. This was the Eels' first conference game of the season and they improved to 5-5 with the win.

Morristown flounders against Irvington Preparatory Academy

The Morristown Yellow Jackets fell to the Irvington Preparatory Academy boys' team 2-13 at home on Tuesday. The loss brought Morristown's record to 1-9, while Irvington Preparatory Academy's record rose to 2-4.

Indianapolis Scecina Memorial squeaks past Indianapolis Lutheran

Tuesday also saw theĀ Indianapolis Lutheran Saints lose to the Indianapolis Scecina Memorial Crusaders by a score of 5-6. The Crusaders hit one home run. Following this success, Indianapolis Scecina Memorial remained undefeated with a conference record of 3-0-1, while Indianapolis Lutheran's record fell to 1-3.

Columbus North sneaks past Southport

Also on Tuesday, the Southport Cardinals traveled to Columbus to face off against the Columbus North Bulldogs. They drove home disappointed: the team fell to the Bulldogs in a frustrating 0-1 loss. After this success, Columbus North remained undefeated with a conference record of 3-0, while Southport's record fell to 1-1.

Center Grove flattens Warren Central

On Wednesday, the Greenwood Center Grove Trojans traveled to Indianapolis to face off against the Warren Central Warriors. It was worth the trip: the Center Grove Trojans cinched a 5-1 victory. This continued a six-game losing streak to start the season for the Warren Central Warriors. Center Grove's record is now 7-1.

Carmel triumphes over Lawrence North

The Carmel Greyhounds toppled the Lawrence North Wildcats 5-3 on Wednesday. The Greyhounds recorded seven hits, while the Wildcats recorded six. The win brought Carmel's conference record to 7-1, while Lawrence North's record fell to 6-2.

Indianapolis Arsenal Technical strikes out against Richmond

On Wednesday, the Richmond Red Devils hosted the Indianapolis Arsenal Technical Titans for a varsity matchup. Richmond's home team advantage paid off: they walked away with the 14-1 success. The Red Devils got 14 hits, while the Titans got four. This continues a six-game losing streak for the Titans, whose record fell again this week to 0-8. Richmond's record rose to 7-1.

Cathedral strikes out against Columbus North

Cathedral team traveled to Columbus this week to face off against the Columbus North Bulldogs on Friday. Columbus North's home team advantage paid off: they walked away with a 5-2 success. The win brought Columbus North's record to 14-4, while Cathedral's record fell to 8-5.

Wapahani yields to Park Tudor

On Saturday, the Park Tudor Panthers traveled to Selma to face off against the Wapahani Raiders. It was worth the trip: the Panthers cinched an 8-5 victory. The loss brought Wapahani's record to 13-6, while Park Tudor's record rose to 5-6.

Covenant Christian scores 7 runs, conquers Cascade

The Clayton Cascade Cadets fell to the Covenant Christian Warriors 0-7 on Saturday. The loss brought Cascade's record to 11-3, while Covenant Christian's record rose to 7-7.

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